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Ireland's Economy Is Likely To Bounce Back But The Government Is Lacking A Strategy

The government’s budgetary watchdog has said Ireland’s economy is likely to bounce back s...

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07.37 26 May 2021


Ireland's Economy Is Likely To Bounce Back But The Government Is Lacking A Strategy


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07.37 26 May 2021


The government’s budgetary watchdog has said Ireland’s economy is likely to bounce back strongly as we ease restrictions but the government needs to set out a credible medium-term strategy.  The Irish Fiscal Advisory Council says our budgetary forecasts are poorly founded while major policy commitments are not built-in. Sebastian Barnes – Chair of the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council spoke to Shane.

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